- Performer TEEN
- Title Love Yes
- Country US
- Style Indie Rock
- Other formats APE DMF AIFF TTA ADX AAC WMA
- Genre Rock
- Size MP3 1757 mb
- Size FLAC 1601 mb
- Rating: 4.6
- Votes: 238
Album Love Yes. Love Yes Lyrics. Kentucky skies they filled her impossible mind Of those senses that please Black butterflies, moonshine at night Blond, longer for the summer only. Oh, how she felt Oh, how she saw Oh, how her body was open to them all Her loneliness had taken over her and frozen her Leaving a body with no senses at all (She thought). Are you in love? Do you believe? Is there a man Who longs for me?
Love Yes’ serves as the most iridescent article of TEEN’s discography – a crowning jewel that’s wildly flamboyant on first impression yet deeply personal upon closer inspection. Chalk it up as another transitional album of sorts; Love Yes has TEEN well on their way if they’re not already there.
TEEN’s new album, Love Yes, explores the disharmony and empowerment that both sexuality and spirituality can create within the modern woman's psyche. Universal ideas of loyalty, pleasure, purity, power, aging, and love are confronted with a knowable specificity. There is a quality of wholesomeness, but also an edge-a kind of wise anger and electricity. After extensive touring behind The Way and Color (2014), the band had to keep traveling to find Love Yes. The group first went to Woodstock in the dead of winter to write new material
TEEN’s new album, Love Yes, reads the copy from Carpark Records, explores the disharmony and empowerment that both sexuality and spirituality can create within the modern woman’s psyche. That’s a lot to take in, and as a result, Love Yes‘ cerebral emotionalism works best when locked into a colorful groove. It’s not that I don’t want to think when I listen to TEEN; I’d just rather dance first, especially when the album opens with fuzzed out, impossibly thick keys from Kristina’s sister, Lizzie.
Love Yes. by TEEN - 12 Tracks - 49:24. Release date 02/19/2016.
In the three weeks that Lieberson spent soaking in the Appalachia of Morehead, Kentucky, she struck personal gold. Not only did she find TEEN’s strongest melodies to date, but also the words to finely illustrate matters of relationships, sensuality, feminism, sexism, and other issues that must have seemed so far away at that time. The Way and Color, TEEN’s well-crafted previous album, was restless, progressive, and informed by R&B. On the surface, Love Yes could be similarly described, but those hard-to-quantify differences that make one song stick with you more than another have all landed in the band’s favor. The album is a significant step forward for TEEN; a dozen bright burning arguments that you can have your cake and eat it too with articulate, deeply felt but undeniably fun pop music.
Love Yes finds the Brooklyn quartet settling on shimmering, atmospheric New Wave that’s part-Prince, whose nervy energy always had a sexual edge. Opening with a loping, dreamy story of an unfaithful husband reckoning with middle age ( Tokyo ), the album explores variations on a theme of desire, from the primal thump of Animal to the alien power ballad Another Man’s Woman, two highlights that prove the band hasn’t been messing around so much as slowly refining their sound. TEEN have played with several styles over the years, from rubbery, Erykah Badu-style R&B (The Way and Color) to punky psychedelia (In Limbo). Love Yes finds the Brooklyn quartet settling on shimmering, atmospheric New Wave that’s part-Prince, whose nervy energy always had a sexual edge.
|2||All About Us|
|3||Gone For Good|
|4||Another Man's Woman|
|CAK112||TEEN||Love Yes (CD, Album)||Carpark Records||CAK112||US||2016|
|CAK112||TEEN||Love Yes (2xLP, Album, Ltd, Red)||Carpark Records||CAK112||US||2016|
|CAK112||TEEN||Love Yes (2xLP, Album)||Carpark Records||CAK112||US||2016|